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Learning Exercise

Material: North Harris College Biology Department
Submitted by: Abril Garcia on Jun 28, 2005
Date Last Modified: Jun 28, 2005
Title: Plant & Animal Mitosis
Description: Students will compare and contrast animal mitosis and plant mitosis.

Teacher should provide a handout with spaces designated for plant mitosis steps and animal mitosis steps. Studens will draw in the spaces provided.
Type of Task: Individual, Student-centered, Supplemental activity, Unsupervised
Time Required 30 - 40 minutes (depending on what you say)
Topics: Mitosis
Audience: High School
Prerequisites Skills: Basic computer use.
Learning Objectives: Students will know mitosis to then know meiosis.
Technical Notes: Once at the North Harris College Biology Department website, run the arrow over Anatomy/Physiology I header to the left of the screen. Select "Tutorial." Click on the picture of the cells. Students can then click through prophase, metaphase, anaphase, and telophase. Once students have viewed the plant cells, they can click on the "Animal Mitosis" link and view the animal mitosis slides.
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